Psychotherapy, Counselling and Coaching in Borough SE1, London Bridge,
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” —Arthur Ashe
I am an accredited psychotherapist and counsellor helping people in their desire to close the gap between where they are right now and where they want to be in the future, with the support of individualized therapy sessions.
As well as my private practice I work with the Amy Winehouse Foundation providing therapy to women in recovery. I also work within organisations as a coach and facilitator, working to support teams better understand and support each other.
I offer private counselling and psychotherapy in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment. My consulting room is located on Borough High street, minutes from London Bridge station and covering the neighbouring areas of Bermondsey, Borough and Elephant and Castle.
We are all faced with times in our life where we feel overwhelmed. Living in such a fast paced city as London also brings it's own particular set of difficulties, including isolation, feeling overwhelmed, and other daily stressors.
Sometimes we have the capacity and resources to cope with the issues life brings at us. At other times we might find ourselves needing additional help and support. Or we have been struggling with a particular issue for so long that it seems almost impossible to see a way forward.
Therapy offers a space to explore the issues you wish to bring with an experienced professional, willing to step into your world in order to help you grapple with whatever comes up. Tackling your issues with a psychotherapist can help to bring clarity, change perspective, and help you make positive changes.
I can work on an open-ended basis or for an agreed time period. I have worked as a counsellor and psychotherapist with clients with the following issues, but my work is not limited to the list below.
Relationships and Family issues
I have a special interest in issues around race, identity and belonging, a topic brought much more to focus following recent political events both here and in the wider world. I am particularly interested in hearing the voices of black, minority ethnic people. I believe in therapy that is inclusive of all ways of looking at mental health and the resources different communities and individuals use to manage and care for each other and themselves.
I currently offer face-to-face appointments in London Bridge, 5 minutes walk from London Bridge Station. I also offer online counselling.
Accredited Clinical Member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)
Registered Member of British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP)
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